romney http://kios.org en Romney talks jobs, alternative energy during visit to Council Bluffs http://kios.org/post/romney-talks-jobs-alternative-energy-during-visit-council-bluffs <p>Agriculture, alternative energy, and job creation were on the agenda of presumptive GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney during a visit Friday to Council Bluffs.</p><p>The former Massachusetts Governor met with a group of western Iowa farmers, then held a rally in Bayliss Park. It was his first visit to Iowa since May 15<sup>th</sup>. Romney said the national debt national debt is an issue that will plague Americans for generations to come, and it&rsquo;ll effect economic growth.</p> Fri, 08 Jun 2012 17:24:09 +0000 Katie Knapp Schubert 14233 at http://kios.org Romney talks jobs, alternative energy during visit to Council Bluffs GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney talks jobs, economy, health care at Omaha rally http://kios.org/post/gop-presidential-candidate-mitt-romney-talks-jobs-economy-health-care-omaha-rally <p>Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney says the Keystone XL pipeline project should be built.&nbsp;</p><p>Romney spoke at a campaign rally Thursday afternoon in Omaha. The rally comes five days before Nebraska&rsquo;s primary election. During his ten-minute speech to an overflow crowd, Romney talked about jobs, health care, and domestic sources of energy. He says all sources of power should be considered, including the Keystone XL pipeline.&nbsp;</p> Thu, 10 May 2012 20:17:59 +0000 Katie Knapp Schubert 12751 at http://kios.org GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney talks jobs, economy, health care at Omaha rally GOP Presidential candidate Mitt Romney coming to Omaha Thursday http://kios.org/post/gop-presidential-candidate-mitt-romney-coming-omaha-thursday <p>&nbsp;</p><p>Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney will campaign Thursday in Omaha.</p><p>A news release from Romney&rsquo;s campaign says the former Massachusetts Governor will speak Thursday afternoon at a rally at Rick&rsquo;s Café Boatyard. The stop comes five days before Nebraska&rsquo;s primary election.</p><p>In 2008, President Obama won the electoral vote tied to Nebraska&rsquo;s Second Congressional District. Senator John McCain won Nebraska&rsquo;s First and Third Congressional District votes.</p> Wed, 09 May 2012 19:02:03 +0000 Katie Knapp Schubert 12684 at http://kios.org GOP Presidential candidate Mitt Romney coming to Omaha Thursday